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AD596: Child welfare in Ghana: Citizens say government is not doing enough
Fewer than half of citizens say resources to help vulnerable children are available in their community.
AD595: Angolans approve of government’s pandemic response but say aid to households inadequate
A majority of citizens say distribution of COVID-19 relief assistance was unfair.
AD595: Os Angolanos aprovam a resposta do governo à pandemia, mas dizem que a ajuda às famílias foi inadequada
A maioria dos cidadãos disseram que a ajuda à COVID-19 foi distribuída de forma injusta.
AD594: Batswana see gender-based violence as a priority for government and societal action
Half of citizens say violence against women and girls is common in their community.
AD593: Majority of Ugandans see domestic violence as a private – not criminal – matter
Half of citizens say gender-based violence is “somewhat” or “very” common in their community.
PP85: Africans want more democracy, but their leaders still aren’t listening
Most indicators of support for democratic institutions remain strong and steady.
PP85: Les Africains désirent plus de démocratie, mais leurs dirigeants ne les écoutent toujours pas
La plupart des indicateurs de soutien aux institutions démocratiques demeurent solides et stables.
AD592: Angolans look to government, one another for action on the environment
Three-fourths of citizens say pollution is a serious problem in their community.
AD592: Os Angolanos esperam do governo e de outros actores acções concretas para a protecção ambiental
Três quartos dos cidadãos dizem que a poluição é um problema grave na sua comunidade.
AD591: Ghanaians applaud government’s response to COVID-19 but urge greater emergency preparedness
A majority of citizens say pandemic relief assistance was not distributed fairly.
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